Black Ink Crew’s Ceaser Allegedly Arrested For Fake ID & Driving With No Insurance

Black Ink Crew’s Ceaser Allegedly Arrested For Fake ID & Driving With No Insurance

The owner of Black Ink, Ceaser Emanuel, 40, was reportedly arrested Friday, August 9th in Brooklyn after he allegedly ran a red light. According to reports, Ceaser was immediately pulled over by NYC officers after the tattoo boss man failed to yield to pedestrians while driving through a residential neighborhood.

When police asked for his license and registration he allegedly provided an ID that read Emanuel Thomas that had the wrong birth year. He also had no proof of insurance. Meanwhile, Ceasar has responded on social media to his alleged arrest.

The incident comes amidst of a new Black Ink Crew show, debuting this week.

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The show’s popularity has sparked spin-offs in Chicago. In addition to the spin off in Chicago, theJasmineBRAND exclusively reported the hit series is reportedly heading to Compton, California.

The spin-off will follow Danny “KP” Kilpatrick and his crew at IAM Compton. The new series will highlight the first-ever tattoo shop in Compton. KP, who is actress Kyla Pratt’s boyfriend, is a celebrity tattoo artist whose clients have included Diddy and Taraji P. Henson.

The cast will also include Lemeir, Nessie, Ink Drippin, Vudu Dahl, Tim and Barbie.

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Authored by: Gregory Molette